Hello everyone. This is Monica King, wife of Bryan King. I just wanted to stop by and talk about how great Necrcomiccon was this weekend. There were so many talented guest and they were so friendly too. Just in case your more into shopping than writers, photographers, and illustrators there were plenty of vendors to suit your needs. In order to see what you missed out on click on Necro’s website. http://www.stonehill.org/necmain.htm
Just to let you know Tampa, FL is beautiful. Bryan and I would love to go back when we have time to check out the aquarium, zoo, beaches, and museums.
We enjoyed our stay at the Hyatt. Our highlight of the trip I believe was a restaurant named Spain. The prices were great, the food was fantastic, and the flamenco band was awe inspiring.
Just a word of thanks to Chris and Anne Jackson, Jeffrey Breslauer, Johnny Atomic, Alan Clark, the Finkelsteins, Bo Sovino, Niki, Stuart Clark, M. B. Weston, Jennifer Harris, Nilamani Dasi, and Andrea Dean Van Scoyoc for being such warm receptive people.
Golems and Necronimicon Bryan | Wed Oct 3 19:37:47 | 
Greetings my friends. The comic is in full swing and time is rolling around for another con. Necronimicon http://www.stonehill.org/necro.htm in Tampa Fl is this weekend and I will be their doing my thing. I am looking forward to not only seeing Chris Jackson http://www.jaxbooks.com/ but also meeting some new, creative people.
In the comic we have introduced the Golem arena. The idea is that these events help to keep open communications and comradely between the lands and races. Unfortunately most competitors are in the event for the wrong reasons. If you are not aware of the history of golems I have to tell you that you are in for a treat. The first Golem was created by a Jewish Rabi, how cool is that. Rater than give you my rather broken memory of the account I have for you two links. The first is the story of the golem and the second is Jewish names for those of you who would like to look up the golems.
That about wraps things up for this week. Stay tuned for more excitement and adventure, wananaaaa!!
Hello everyone! This is Monica King, wife to Bryan. I have made a brief appearance at some of the parties at Coast Con in Biloxi, MS and was able to hear Chase Masters sing at Mobi Con in Mobile, AL. Dragon Con in Atlanta this past Labor Day Weekend has really been my first real experience at a Con. I arrived on Friday just in time to catch a self publishing panel and to notice that they had various rooms set up for watching various sci-fi and anime movies. Most memorable, were the many comic book, fantasy, and sci-fi fans dressed in stellar costumes. It was a lot of fun taking pictures with every one. One site that some viewed as repulsive was the number of children, whose parents were letting them take pictures with furries. So I hear. Not that I expect the kids to know what the deal is with furries, anyway. Unfortunately, I missed my opportunity to meet and take a picture with Kevin Sorbo. I did purchase Lou Ferrigno’s Guide To Personal Power, Bodybuilding, And Fitness for an opportunity to get a picture with him. I know him from The Incredible Hulk and had no idea about him winning Mr. Olympia twice. I also had no idea that he has been 80% deaf since age three. Please excuse my ignorance. William Katz, the guy that played The Greatest American Hero, is totally awesome. There was a nice long line to see the actors that played the Weasley Twins and Neville, from the Harry Potter movies. I was able to see the actors who played Data, Will Ryker, and Beverly Crucher from Star Trek: The Next Generation , Lori Petty who seems totally cool, and Ray Park.
My favorite parts by far were the Artist Alley, the Dealer’s Room, and the Exhibitor’s Hall. The amount of talent on display was amazing. If you get the chance you should check out Fairy the Art of Jasmine Becket-Griffith. She is an amazing fantasy artist. It was my pleasure to meet the talented Lindsey Archer and her husband Trenton. My favorite comic book artist, Steve Scott and members of Gaijin Studios were very busy.
There were so many other talented artist there that I was able to meet. Dragon Con to say the least was overwhelming! I look forward to returning again and again.
This is it. Dragon-Con is near us and it will be Monica’s first big convention. I have my prints ready and some new duds. Its going to be great hanging with my buddies and seeing the sites. I have absolutely no agenda so I may be hard to reach at the con if you know me well then send me a message and Ill give you my cell number.
The comic is going to have some interesting characters in the next few pages and I will be posting my reasoning behind some of the unusual names that will be appearing. The prints came out looking sharp. I am totally convinced that the coloring change was for the best.
Later my friends
New coloring style Bryan | Tue Aug 21 3:09:15 | 
Greetings my friends,
As many of you can see I have changed the coloring style for the second chapter of the book. It was done after much contemplation and feedback from artist that I highly respect. The new style gives the art a crisper more professional look and has the happy bonus of making the pics easier to get done. School has started up and oddly enough I seem to be able to keep the same pase I had during the summer. My new students are very talented and I would not be reprized to see a few working in the busyness someday. I let my advertisements drop to see what the effect would be and I found out it was dramatic. Not that this matters much but I hope to keep the page views climbing. In any case if you like the comic tell a friend or two. Its 2:13 and I need to get back into bed. I have had a nasty virus for days now and finaly got one of those steroid shots. At the moment I feel just as bad as before !!! Good night and dream well.